Kagame’s attempts to stifle democracy in Rwanda

Stopping democracy from taking roots in Rwanda has proved to be a forceful policy that the Rwandan government and its institutions have steadily  embraced in the run up to August 9th presidential elections. Monday 2nd of August Human Rights Watch published a list of abuses of human rights that Kagame’s regime has committed against anyContinue reading “Kagame’s attempts to stifle democracy in Rwanda”

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Rwandan Police Lies On Divisionism By Opposition Party

The Rwandan government and its institutions, particularly security forces are appearing more and more repressive as Election Day – August 9th approaches. On Sunday July 25th the Rwandan government radio station reported that 2 people were arrested for planning an illegal protest for the following Monday. ‘The victims of this unexpected arrest, Mr Martin NtavukaContinue reading “Rwandan Police Lies On Divisionism By Opposition Party”

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On Kagame’s Rwanda

Several current legal arrangements in the Rwandan government system are deliberately unjust, discriminatory and oppressive, thus explaining the reasons millions of Rwandan citizens live continuously traumatized and fearful of the regime’s machine of harassment and intimidation, therefore don’t foresee any hope for their future. Since the return in Rwanda on 16th January 2010 of MrsContinue reading “On Kagame’s Rwanda”

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